Chicago Tribune from Chicago, Illinois on December 11, 1969 · 112
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Chicago Tribune from Chicago, Illinois · 112

Chicago, Illinois
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Thursday, December 11, 1969
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dHucago (Erilmne THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 18G9 1 Monro o Street upq A Storager 4rea MATTRESS Living Room n I V7i I H rHEATER o m FOOT STOOL CHAIR FLOOR LAMP TUB TOILET n i i Bath Room WASH HALLWAY BASIN V BED Dining Room ED I Front I If 1 Bedroom 1 1 N TWIN BEDS. U OPEN'f 1 H I J BED V TABLE I I 3 1 CLOSETS REFRIGERATOR Kitchen 1 Hampton's Bedroom TABLE LI STOVE s,nk Porcfc UP MANGEL CHAIR N Panther B& I' f I , I I : ' i, , ; 7 ; ' ' . ' a - vi in -, ' - -" s 1 i n e "v r i : , Kitchen in flat at 2337 Monroe St., where Black Panthers fired thru door bullet holes circled at state's attorney policemen on back porch. State's Atty. Edward Hanrahan released pictures to the Tribune showing that bullets were fired from inside the secret headquarters of Black Panthers. Police arrived at flat with search warrant issued on report that a cache of weapons was hidden in apartment. (Stur on page t) Trlbuu Sketch: By Bill O'Brien Sketch shows layout of apartment at 2337 Monroe st., which Black Panthers used as secret headquarters to hide large weapons cache. Fred Hampton, Illinois Black Panther chief, was killed in bedroom in gun battle with state's attorney police. Mark Clark, head of Peoria Black Panther chapter, died in front living room. ) ' - 1 y fillip 3 i1 !i ' -.1 5 i . 0" Hail of lead tore thru bathroom door in fire from opposite bedroom, according to police. This is Inside view of riddled door. I M,, 'WV-:M,-i - s ? .. fi;v?s..:iH 3. i ' t 7 If XX tAP WltwMO Appear on Murder Charges Three young women members of hippie clan leave court in Los Angeles after waiving arraignment on murder charges. Susan Atkins left, 21, and Linda Kasabian second from right, 20, were indicted in slayings of Actress Sharon Tate and six others. Leslie Louise Van Houten right is accused In two related slayings. (Stort M w w f ' V.: v. i. ''if r i . ,1 if - j V Back in the Sun ' ... . 4 Richard F. Gordon Jrn who pQoted Apollo 12 eommand module, leans back and looks up at sun as he and fellow astronauts, Charles Conrad tleflj and Alan Bean center, background! leave lunar receiving laboratory fa Houston after ending their quarantine; Conrad told newsmen the tun "sure looks good after.28 days." (J(rf m w m l.

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